Sis is short for sister, most commonly used to state relationship by birth to / married to / into. I affectionately use Sys, short for Systah to all beloved women. The underlying intention is to be inclusive and to say “We” and “Us”.


I believe to my core that self-care is essential to everything 100% of the time. More often than not, we tend to take better care of others than we do ourselves. We forget that we teach people how to treat us, by how we treat ourselves. And, somehow being our own worst critic is a thing. Life’s experiences have taught me that success is great and groovy, but is only as good as we think and feel about ourselves. I have also learned about the undeniable peace of mind that comes from practicing self-care, and the importance of stopping at nothing to dig it back up when it feels lost.

2018 Event
July 24, 2018
2nd Annual Self-Care Celebration (ISD)

Bread & Roses Radio Host
January 5, 2018
6pm – 7pm on KBOO 90.7 fm

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In my first book, Little Book of Self-Care, I share simple, no-nonsense and straight forward approaches around the importance of self-care. A book known as “small but mighty.”